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Stocks Daily Review July 29, 2019

Stocks Daily Review for July 29, 2019

Gold Prices May Fall with Stocks, Crude Oil on Soft US GDP Data

Gold prices fell with stocks and crude oil prices as the ECB dithered on imminent stimulus expansion. More of the same may come after soft US GDP data.

 

Investors spooked by the trade war are running out of places to hide. Goldman Sachs says they should pile into stocks that act like bonds.

Investors should go for stocks “that have lagged their typical macro relationships the most relative to other bond proxies,” Goldman Sachs said.

 

There are Signs Stocks are Running Out of Steam

The S&P 500 Index says bull market. But other major indexes say otherwise. That means the market could get volatile if the Federal Reserve interest rate decision doesn’t go as expected.

 

Stocks This Week: Sell Short Mattel And Buy Cisco

Cycles point to a short on Mattel and a buy for Cisco.

 

Analysts Forecast 10% Upside For The iShares Russell Mid-Cap Value ETF

For the iShares Russell Mid-Cap Value ETF, we found that the implied analyst target price for the ETF based upon its underlying holdings is $98.97 per unit.

 

S&P500 Index technical analysis: US stocks pop higher and hit a new all-time high at 3,028.50

The S&P 500 reached a new all-time high at 3,028.50 this Friday. Bulls objective is to drive the market in uncharted territories towards 3,030.00; 3,0

 

US stocks surge to a record on blockbuster tech earnings | Markets Insider

US stock rose to an all-time high on Friday, fueled by better-than-expected second-quarter numbers from Twitter and Alphabet. Alphabet soared as much as 1…

 

Restaurant stocks have caught up with soaring S&P 500 gains in the last year. These 10 companies have surged and led the industry. | Markets Insider

Fast and casual dining company stocks have closed the gap on the benchmark S&P 500 so far in 2019.These 10 individual stocks have posted strong gains…

 

Stocks open slightly higher after second-quarter GDP

Stocks rose at the opening bell on Friday after the U.S. grew at a 2.1% annualized pace in the second quarter, coming in above analysts’ estimates. The…

 

Illinois Tool Works shares slump premarket after earnings miss and lowered guidance

Illinois Toll Works Inc. shares slid 3.4% in premarket trade Friday, after the company missed profit and revenue estimates for the second quarter and lowered…

 

McDonald’s shares on track to open at record level after revenue beats expectations

McDonald’s Corp. shares rose 1.7% in Friday premarket trading, putting it on track for a record open, after the fast-food giant reported second-quarter…

 




Asian shares wobble as all eyes on US-China trade talks, FOMC

Asian markets remain downbeat at the start of the key week comprising the US-China trade negotiations and the Fed meeting.

 

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